Jacquelyn Frank’s sensual prose and deft storytelling have made her a New York Times best-selling author. Drink of Me features a fanged tribe of warriors led by Reule, who boasts telepathic powers unmatched among his people. But when his pack comes upon an outlander named Mystique, the woman’s enticing beauty drives Reule toward the breaking point—and toward ultimate release.
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“… unabashed sex, consistently intriguing characters, and strong world-building will satisfy Frank’s fans.” (Publishers Weekly)
I love most if not all of Jacquelyn Frank's books and this one is no different! The only complaint I have is that I wanted more! I wanted to read another story in this series and found there to be nothing else. I really hope she continues this series more!
I took my chance on this one since there were no written reviews, only star ratings. I was disappointed and that is why I am writing this review. The world the author creates is not highly developed, the canvas is blurry and painted with broad strokes, which does not hold my interest. The books I enjoy are filled with unique details about the universe and have charismatic characters that make me want to return for more when you finish the book, this was not the case at all with this book. I basically just struggled to get to the end to find out what happened, which was very predictable.
The narrator's voice was flat and you could hear him swallowing and wetting his lips constantly through the narration when he got tired. Would not have been too much of an issue if the book wasn't so boring too.
There are worse books out there that I could not even finish, but if I could go back and get the credit for something else I would.
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